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Beautiful and profound film that makes the viewer think about the true meaning of life and makes you stick to the screen from start to finish. The plot of the film is original and done very well
The Truman Show is a thought provoking drama. Jim Carrey knows how to swim in different non-comedic waters too.
The Truman Show is a cinematic work of art. Carrey's usual absurdity & goofiness is used as a way of showing Truman's stress. This movie is truly original, something we don't see much today. It should have been rated PG-13, it was disturbing at parts. Well worth a watch.
This is the best movie I have ever seen. The first act is intriguing and has a few funny moments, the second act is funnier as you see just how much the show tries to control Truman's life and the third act is heartbreaking, specifically when Truman is on the boat. Jim Carrey gives the best acting of his life in this movie and the great soundtrack boosts the movie even more. I love this movie.
As inventive and creative as Weir's staging is, The Truman Show wouldn't work without credible Truman. And Carrey carries off the tricky role with a chipperness that belies a deep-seeded longing for more in life than surface perfection in all this movie is one of my all time favorites.
This is one of the best movies I have ever seen. Absolutely must to watch
This is the perfect movie!
Great movie and an obvious tilt of the hat to Philip K. Dick's Time Out of Joint - right down to the tube radio Truman messes with.
What might be one of the best films ever made, The Truman Show gives a strange, yet ahead-of-its-time look at the reality tv boom that would explode in the 2000's.
Carrey, again, plays Jim Carrey- the only role to that date he has ever played. It is tiresome. The movie belongs, in its entirety to Laura Linney, who furnishes the perfect counterpoint.